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2019-10-18 India-Pakistan
FATF: Can Pakistan avoid global watchdog's terror 'black list?'
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Posted by trailing wife 2019-10-18 01:27|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [329 views ]  Top
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#1 Pakistan views the use of terror as a fundamental principle of its existence. They think that if they stopped funding terror, India would invade and, lacking any strategic depth, conquer and annex them. Thus the pure Islamic nation would cease to exist.

They'd rather die than stop terrorism.
Posted by Herb McCoy 2019-10-18 09:06||   2019-10-18 09:06|| Front Page Top

#2 ^ Quite right.
P-A-K-I-stan = a bullshit nation
Posted by Lex 2019-10-18 09:09||   2019-10-18 09:09|| Front Page Top

#3 Washington needs Islamabad right now

The cheek of some bastids.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-10-18 09:17||   2019-10-18 09:17|| Front Page Top

#4 Pakistan has taken some steps to avoid the Financial Action Task Force's "black list," but experts say the country lacks a long-term strategy to deal with the terrorism issue.

Their long term strategy regarding terrorism is to support it. It's worked so well for them up til now.
Posted by jpal 2019-10-18 10:10||   2019-10-18 10:10|| Front Page Top

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